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Thread: RM PlugIn.DLL Causes STRANGE Behavior in Windows Media Player on Win7 x64

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    Default RM PlugIn.DLL Causes STRANGE Behavior in Windows Media Player on Win7 x64

    Spent weeks trying to figure out why when I would click on an audio file (mp3) WMP would open showing Now Playing then Flash to the Library then Flash back to Now Playing it was an annoying behavior that I had not previously had...I finally found this post on Microsoft and renaming RM PlugIn.DLL to RM PlugIn.OLD allows WMP to work as it used to and should.

    Hopefully a fix for this behavior will be included in the next release

    http://social.answers.microsoft.com/...1-642d989f21e2

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    Default Re: RM PlugIn.DLL Causes STRANGE Behavior in Windows Media Player on Win7 x64

    Thanks for this info. Our developers do read this so perhaps in a future update

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